Smoke Returns to the Region as Wildfires Burn Nearby

Amid a blazing persistent heatwave with temperatures surpassing 10 degrees above regular, wildfires surround the region of Lassen and Plumas County, with some smoke impacting the areas. Modoc County yesterday afternoon around 4 pm had a new start being called the Barnes Fire. Last... Read More.

Mobile Help Center Returns to Greenville

PG&E returns to Greenville with a mobile help center as all nearly 900 properties in the debris removal program get cleared. The mobile help center will be in the parking lot of Evergreen Market on Crescent Greenville this Wednesday from 10 a.m. to... Read More.

PG&E Mobile Help Center Returns to Greenville

PG&E brings another mobile help center to Greenville to help with restoring electric services. You will be able to get in-person answers to your questions about getting power back to your property during your rebuilding process following the Dixie Fire. The mobile help center... Read More.

Summer Bizz Johnson Trail Shuttle Service Returns

This weekend bus shuttle service returns to the Bizz Johnson. Starting Saturday you can enjoy a ride tailored to help you enjoy the trails, and no better day to launch than National Trails Day. The Bureau of Land Management and Lassen Rural bus have... Read More.

Free Chipping Program Returns to Plumas County

The Plumas Fire Safe Council will bring back the no-cost chipping program. There will be rounds to cover the entire county. Round one begins now and runs through June 19th for Twain, Indian Falls, Taylorsville, Genesee, Greenville, Lake Almanor, and Chester. Round two will... Read More.

Plan for Delays this Weekend as Snow Returns Overnight

Get ready for some windy conditions today. Winds as high as 30 miles an hour locally and winds topping 80mph are expected in the ridge tops as the main storm system moves in this afternoon. Travel trailers use caution along 395, it is best... Read More.

California Department of Fish and Game Pink Patch Returns

The Pink Patch Project Returns! The CDFW Law Enforcement Division has engaged for the second year in The Pink Patch Project, an innovative public awareness campaign designed to bring attention to the fight against breast cancer. The pink patches are intended to stimulate conversation with... Read More.